Join us at Hill House for all your active fun and gymnastics needs! Making use of our various indoor and outdoor facilities to keep children of all ages running, honing their motor functions and learning new athletic skills!

***All fall athletics will be pick-up/drop-off and require masks for participants during sessions. Times below may have been adjusted to allow for disinfecting breaks between sessions. Please note times in session links which have been updated***

View our health & safety guidelines on the COVID-19 updates page.

Get into Gymnastics (3-5 years)

Aged out of Jumping Jacks but loved the rolls, balance beams and bars? Take the next step and join us in the firehouse for the basics of gymnastics in the fun introductory class. By the end of the program your little one will be able demonstrate a variety of gymnastic skills and have fun doing it!

Register:  Fridays at 2:45 Fridays at 3:45


Gymnastics (6-7 years)

For those who are a bit older and looking to take a more advanced gymnastics class, join us in this brand-new class geared towards older gymnasts! By the end of the program your child will be able demonstrate a variety of gymnastic skills and have fun doing it!

Register: Fridays at 4:45



NEW! - Ninja Warrior Training (3-5 years)

This fun active 'training' will work on skills such as balance, power, speed and agility; turning all participants into future Hill House 'ninja warriors!' There will be new obstacle courses each week to test our participants and help strengthen their ninja skills.

Register: Fridays at 1:45



Other seasonal offerings, details TBA:



Mini-Bootcamp (3-5 years)

Join Hill House for this class that is sure to get your kids running, jumping and keeping active while having a ton of fun. Race through courses, take on coach's fun challenges and learn transferable athletic skills for all sports in a safe and encouraging environment. 



 Interested in all of our athletics offerings?

Visit our athletics page to see all of our classes!


Email our Senior Athletics Coordinator, Ryan Flanagan, at